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    Grandview residents Luis Perez (left) and Jeffrey Dillion pose for a portrait Monday, July 21, at the Ohio State Fairgrounds. Both men have been working at the fair since the mid-1970s and will be inducted this week into the Ohio State Fair Hall of Fame.

    State fair work always a fun ride

    Jeffrey Dillion always knows where he's going to be on his birthday: the Ohio State Fair.
Grandview Yard development

Plan revisions get nod, leave some irked

In a sometimes-heated meeting Monday, July 21, Grandview Heights City Council unanimously passed several pieces of legislation, including approval of revisions to the original development agreement from 2009, that will allow the next phases of the Grandview Yard development to proceed -- and at a faster pace.

Board goes with 5.9-mill fall levy

The Grandview Heights City School District will go the traditional route for its next levy request.
Lazy Daze live!

Plein-air painters highlight event

The 21st Lazy Daze of Summer Festival will feature more than 50 arts and crafts exhibitors, including one group that will give a new meaning to the term contemporary art.

Correction

A proposed 24 percent tax credit offered to Nationwide Insurance by the city of Grandview Heights to move its corporate campus to the Grandview Yard development would last for 20 years.
Police beat

Development's construction sites attract thieves

Grandview Heights police responded last week to two reports of thefts from sites in the area of the Grandview Yard development.

O'Reilly: Community stepped up during tenure

Gratitude. That's what Ed O'Reilly says he is feeling as he wraps up his nearly eight-year tenure as superintendent of the Grandview Heights City School District next Thursday, July 31.

District shows improvement on 2013-14 state report card

Preliminary results indicate the Grandview Heights City School District will meet all 24 standards on the 2013-14 state report card.

COTA line through city may be axed

COTA is considering whether to eliminate the No. 19 bus route that moves passengers on weekday mornings and afternoons from Upper Arlington through Marble Cliff and Grandview to downtown Columbus.

Police veteran is city's next chief

Grandview's new police chief isn't so new.
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